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11-14-2015 Rokita Report
Rokita was the special guest speaker at the event which he said had a specific message he wanted to deliver.
U.S. Congressman Todd Rokita’s Constituent Outreach Manager, Jared Bond, was manning a booth. He was there to help veterans solve problems they might be having.
I hope you’ll join me in remembering those we lost on that day and honoring the members of our military and the first-responders who answered the call without hesitation. Today we remember and give thanks for all of those who have sacrificed to keep our great republic free.
In this week's Rokita Report, I discuss the U.S. Department of Agriculture's disaster relief approval for Hoosier farmers and my "mission" to fly families for the Veterans Airlift Command (VAC).
In this week's Rokita Report, I discuss a Rokita Reading and how I am fighting to rein in federal overregulation in Washington.
"Our veterans have earned our respect and we have to keep our word to them by making sure the VA system delivers the best care in the world. This starts by holding the right people accountable," Rep. Todd Rokita.
“Each of us was welcomed by Senator Donnelly and Congressman Todd Rokita and I was overwhelmed when we got back to Plainfield. We came in to the homecoming at Plainfield School and it was completely full of people to welcome us there.”
Rep. Todd Rokita’s work in reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs takes another step forward, as the House passed legislation that will reinforce congressional oversight of the VA, give the Secretary of the VA broader authority to dismiss failed management, and require the VA to allow veterans to receive care at non-VA facilities.
U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita speaks in support of his legislation to rename the Covington, Indiana Post Office “Fountain County Veterans Memorial Post Office,” as tribute to the nearly 50 Fountain County soldiers who lost their lives in service to their country.